Aldwych Theatre farceur Robertson Hare and character comedian Alfred Drayton reprise their original stage roles in two classic screen comedies.
Banana Ridge (1942) A screen adaptation of Ben Travers' celebrated and enduring farce - a wonderfully mischievous comedy of disputed paternity and caddishness. Two businessmen have the shock of their lives when a woman appears out of their past bearing a 23-year-old son - and one of them may be the father!
Aren't Men Beats (1937) Hollywood star June Clyde co-stars in this boisterous comedy caper. On the morning of his son's wedding, a mild-mannered dentist is visited by a dark, beautiful girl who disarranges her dress and screams for the police!